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There are quite a few iconic buildings in New York City. From the Empire State to the Flatiron, these buildings are known the world over. Now, for a second, imagine a New York City with a very different landscape, one where other buildings are the first that come to mind when you think of the city that never sleeps. That’s the idea behind “Never Built NYC,” an exhibit at the Queens Museum that takes original designs and proposals for buildings, parks, football stadiums, and more and adds them to the Big Apple’s landscape. There are over 70 projects added to the map so you can get a real sense of what it might have been like to walk the city streets. If you want to see the full exhibit, it will be on display until February 18, 2018

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